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Different personality types of men and women

03rd April 2012
Written by Norbert Henke (Counselor/Psychotherapist) (842 words) Single men and women have to protect and rely on themselves for their own happiness, quality of life and decision-making. Often, for many men and women, the other partner becomes a baromete... Read >
Author: Sydneylover

Could These 6 Simple Tips Ease Your Coccyx Pain?

23rd September 2011
If you suffer from coccyx pain, you may feel as if you’re willing to try just about anything to get some relief. When the tailbone is bruised or the coccyx region is inflamed and sore, the pain can be excruciating as well as stubborn. Whether you ar... Read >
Author: John Dembly

Maximising Quantum In Personal Injury Cases: A Physio’s Role

05th September 2011
Solicitors and other legal professionals could do a lot worse when trying to find an expert witness than call upon an experienced physio. When it comes to an understanding of the process of rehabilitation of soft tissue injuries, physiotherapists should b... Read >
Author: X-Pro/ Law-Pro

Special Needs Strollers: An Introduction to Mobility Aids

25th May 2011
Very few manufacturers make strollers for people with disability issues: these aids are usually called adaptive, mobility, or special needs stroller models. These adaptive aids have a 3 wheel design with heavy duty, sixteen inch wheels that are suited to ... Read >
Author: rennasmith

Products to Help Deal with Osgood-Schlatter Disease

18th February 2011
Osgood-Schlatter Disease is a disease of the tendons, which tends to affect young athletes before their bodies have fully grown. While the best treatment for those inflicted with Osgood-Sclatter Disease is to rest the area as much as possible, this will o... Read >
Author: Lance Peters

Exercises and Physical Therapy for Elbow Degenerative Joint Disease

01st September 2010
There are many different types of therapists who could be called physical therapists, including physiotherapists, chiropractors, osteopaths, masseurs and some areas of occupational therapy. They all work to try and affect the joints, muscles, tendons and ... Read >
Author: Sophie Hardy

Foot and Toe Degenerative Joint Disease: find out why physical therapy is a must

24th August 2010
There are many different types of therapists who could be called physical therapists, including physiotherapists, chiropractors, osteopaths, masseurs and some areas of occupational therapy. They all work to try and affect the joints, muscles, tendons and ... Read >
Author: Sophie Hardy

What Happens After Physical Therapy Services Have Ended?

23rd May 2010
Physiotherapy can feel like an eternity for some patients. It takes a large amount of patient and endurance to keep at it for patients dealing with severe injuries. Just scheduling appointments can be a real struggle to fit in with your day to day plans. ... Read >
Author: Cris Pritchett

Lower Right Back Pain – Helpful Home Remedies

21st April 2010
Have you been dealing with lower right back pain for long? You must have tried a lot of things but didn't get the results. You can try some simple home remedies which are effective in treating your lower right back pain with ease and comfort. It is true t... Read >
Author: Samantha Miller

What skills do I need to be a Physiotherapist?

26th January 2010
Physiotherapists help and treat people of all ages with physical problems caused by illness, accident or ageing. Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession which sees human movement as the most important component to the health and well-being of individuals... Read >
Author: Daniel Grundon

Osgood-Schlatter's Disease: An active approach

23rd December 2009
Strickland JM, Coleman NJ, Brunswic M and Kocken R. (Centre for Sport and Exercise Science, School of Science, University of Greenwich) Introduction: Osgood-Schlatter's disease (OSD) is a traction apophysitis of the tibial tubercle of the knee and ten... Read >
Author: Jenny Strickland

Dealing With Acute Neck Pain and Torticollis

26th November 2009
An acute wry neck is a condition characterised by sudden onset of severe neck pain accompanied by an involuntary contraction of the neck muscles which leads to an abnormal head posture being maintained. The abnormal posture or torticollis is a symptom of ... Read >
Author: David Ravech

The Basic Facts on Physiotherapy

22nd September 2009
If you have a musculo-skeletal problem or injury, you might be given a referral to a physiotherapy clinic. If you have gone to one before, you know what to expect. If you are new to this service, you might ask, what is physiotherapy? Physiotherapy is ... Read >
Author: Carey Hudson

Occupational Injuries and Physiotherapy

22nd September 2009
There is less occupational injury going on in the last few years than before. This is partly because of the influence of physiotherapy on the workplace. Physiotherapy principles are being used to design better work places and work habits. They are also im... Read >
Author: Carey Hudson

How Much Does Physiotherapy Cost?

16th September 2009
If you are referred to a physiotherapy clinic for an injury or condition, you might be wondering about the physiotherapy costs. More than that, it is important to find out if insurance will pay for treatment and procedures. These are questions to answer b... Read >
Author: Carey Hudson
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